Despite being a traffic-infested road, instead of constructing a flyover, every time the focus is more on widening the Mumbai National Highway 65. On a permanent basis, constructing a flyover would address the problem. Neither the political representatives nor the officials are responding to this need of the citizens.
For example, Pothireddypalle chowrasta is the passage highlight Sangareddy district headquarters. The vehicles that come from Hyderabad take a correct go to enter the district headquarters while the vehicles going to Mumbai go straight. In any case, every one of the vehicles needs to stop here to clear a path for one another. A flyover with an underpass will tackle the issue. Be that as it may, a flyover was assembled 500 meters from the chowrasta where little design is served.
In the newly formed Mandal headquarters town, Kandi chowrasta also suffers a similar problem. This town comes 5 km before Pothireddypalle. Here the straight course goes to Mumbai while a left turn associates with Bengaluru Highway by means of Shankarpally in Ranga Reddy district. The street contract from Patancheru to Sangareddy was granted to Progressive Constructions Limited during the residency of the Congress government and later a debate emerged over helpless support of the street and cost assortment was halted. One of the senior police officials says that in the past as well, a flyover at Pothireddypalle was proposed but shifted to another place. Flyover here is an immediate requirement.
According to SP S. Chandrasekhar Reddy, people need flyovers at Muttangi, Isnapur, Sangareddy, and Kandi. At the Delhi level, the decision needs to be taken and they are ready to move the proposal.
Lok Sabha member K. Prabhakar Reddy spoke to the media and informed them that the issue was raised twice in Parliament and was taken to Nitin Gadkari’s ( Minister for Surface Transport) notice. Due to technical reasons, the flyover work could not be taken up but now he wants to make a fresh proposal again for flyovers at Kandi, Pothireddypalle, and BHEL crossroads.